A back to back exhibit of Charles Labelle and Christina Quisumbing
In this exhibition of new work, the two artists explore dwelling and habitation and how these spaces impart us with residual memory.
Labelle has selected 89 drawings from Cities of the Red Night executed directly on the pages of copies of the Burroughs novel. Thus, the text effectively becomes a subtext for his narrative of living spaces.
Quisumbing explores this theme in another way through the use of found objects, building and construction materials, and pencils. From these things, she builds a narrative of living memory, fragile and labyrinthine just like its construction.
210 Loring Street
January 5, 2013
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